[DML] Re: Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch
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[DML] Re: Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch



You may be in need of new door seals. If the old ones are cracked,
split, torn, or just flattened, they are shot. After replacing the
seals you *may* need to adjust the anchoring pins. After that you
might have to add a piece of vacuum tubing to the switch posts to make
them a bit longer. Having the doors loose is more than the lights
flashing on and off. While that may be annoying you also have a lot of
outside air leaking into the car and a lot of noise. A real fast and
cheap test. Close the door on a Dollar bill. If it slips out without
drag the seals aren't sealing.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Rydholm" <ebondefender@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
> Given the DeLorean's age and taking into account the unavoidable 
> wear and tear one puts on any car from driving, I've noticed my 
> driver's side gullwing switch shakes a lot when driving down a bumpy 
> road or a freeway. The door stays shut thankfully! But, this in turn 
>







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